Ask why before you buy.

If your kids watch TV, they’ll probably see lots of commercials. If they see lots of commercials, they’ll probably want what’s being advertised. And if they want it, you’re going to hear, “I want that!”How can you teach your children the difference between needs and wants?  Start by training your kids to ask why before you buy.


Share. Save. Spend.

Spending money comes naturally to almost everyone.  But what about saving and sharing – how can we teach our children to make that more automatic?  Well, our Share, Save, Spend tool is a fun way for kids to get in the habit of using their money wisely.

☞ BOOK: Balanced, by andy stanley

Can you be unbalanced financially and still be a devoted follower of Christ? What does it even mean to be financially balanced? In this 6-part study, you ll be challenged to examine what you really believe about finances and faith.

☞ I was broke, now I'm not (website)

Additional resources to help you accomplish far more than you ever thought possible with your personal finances.

☞ BOOK: Managing God’s Money (by Randy Alcorn)

In a simple, easy-to-follow format, Randy Alcorn addresses exactly what the Bible says about how we should handle the money and possessions God owns and entrusts to our management.

#Goals, Part 3: Money Goals | Sermon at Grace Fellowship | 1/28/2018